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The thirteen pragmatisms
Arthur O. Lovejoy
|LC Classifications||B832 .L6|
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|Pagination||xi, 290 p.|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||63011890|
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Peirce wrote that "from this definition, pragmatism is scarce more than a corollary; so that I am disposed to think of him as the grandfather of pragmatism". Louis: Warren H. Edited by Andrew Reck. Fabbrichesi Leo, Rossella. John Shook has said, "Chauncey Wright also deserves considerable credit, for as both Peirce and James recall, it was Wright who demanded a phenomenalist and fallibilist empiricism as an alternative to rationalistic speculation.
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The pragmatist formulation pre-dates those of other philosophers who have stressed important similarities between values and facts such as Jerome Schneewind and John Searle. Boston, MA: Authors Cooperative. Peirce argued that there is no power of intuition in the sense of a cognition unconditioned by inference, and no power of introspection, intuitive or otherwise, and that awareness of an internal world is by hypothetical inference from external facts.
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New York: Oxford University Press, Chicago: Nelson-Hall, Contents: Foreword. Bosco, Nynfa. Epistemology truth : a deflationary or pragmatic theory of truth; the former is the epistemological claim that assertions that predicate truth of a statement do not attribute a property called truth to such a statement while the latter is the epistemological claim that assertions that predicate truth of a statement attribute the property of useful-to-believe to such a statement.
In the second half of the twentieth century, Stephen Toulmin argued that the need to distinguish between reality and appearance only arises within an explanatory scheme and therefore that there is no point in asking what "ultimate reality" consists of.Abstract.
The American philosophical movement known as pragmatism has played a major role in psychology since the two developed together from the late 19th century through the early years of Cited by: there remain at least thirteen pragmatisms: a baker's dozen of con- tentions which are separate not merely in the sense of being discrim- inable, but in the sense of being logically independent, so that you may without inconsistency accept any one and reject all the others, or refute one and leave the philosophical standing of the others.
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“The opportunity to make this important work open and accessible for free is a significant extension of our mission to deliver scholarship to readers everywhere. The Thirteen Pragmatisms. Part of the Tulane Studies in Philosophy book series (TUSP, volume 18) Abstract The nature of knowledge may be regarded in either of two fundamentally different ways, and one’s whole philosophy will rest on the view he assumes, yet few philosophers Cited by: 3.
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